Luke Combs' 2023 tour will begin in Texas, end in London and include stops in Australia, Norway, Belgium, Ireland and more before he rests. The CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee's World Tour also includes a considerable North American itinerary.

"The Kind of Love We Make" singer shared dates with fans on Instagram first. He'll play 35 shows spaced across six months, taking a large break at the end of next summer. Combs' World Tour will hit three continents and 16 countries. Tickets for the tour go on sale on Sept. 16.

An eclectic group of country artists will open the tour. Riley Green, Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry and Brent Cobb will open the American dates (no venues announced yet), while Cody Johnson and Lane Pittman will open the first set of international dates. Pittman is new to American country fans, but he gained fame in Australia on their version of The Voice. For his Blind Audition he chose a cover of Combs' "Even Though I'm Leaving."

Earlier this week, Combs was named as one of five nominees for the 2022 CMA Awards Entertainer of the Year. He's also nominated in the Male Vocalist and Album of the Year categories. Last weekend, Combs began his Middle of Somewhere Tour. Buy tickets here.

Luke Combs' 2023 World Tour Dates:

March 25 — Arlington, Texas @ AT&T Stadium*
April 1 — Indianapolis, Ind. @ Lucas Oil Stadium *
April 14 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Nissan Stadium*
April 15 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Nissan Stadium*
April 22 — Detroit, Mich. @ Ford Field*
April 29 — Pittsburgh, Pa. Acrisure Stadium*
May 6 — Chicago, Ill. @ Soldier Field*
May 13 — Minneapolis, Minn. @ US Bank Stadium*
May 20 — Boise, Idaho @ Albertsons Stadium*
May 27 — Vancouver, B.C. @ BC Place*
June 3 — Edmonton, A.B. @Commonwealth Stadium*
June 10 — Kansas City, Mo. GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium*
June 17 — St. Louis, Mo. @Busch Stadium*
July 8 — Tampa, Fla. @Raymond James Stadium*
July 15 — Charlotte, N.C. Bank of America Stadium*
July 22 — Foxborough, Mass. Gillette Stadium*
July 29 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ Lincoln Financial Stadium*
Aug. 9 — Auckland, New Zealand @ Spark Arena+
Aug. 11 — Brisbane, Australia @ Brisbane Entertainment Centre+
Aug. 16 — Sydney, Australia @ Qudos Bank Arena+
Aug. 17 — Sydney, Australia @ Qudos Bank Arena+
Aug. 19 — Melbourne, Australia @ Rod Laver Arena+
Aug. 20 — Melbourne, Australia @ Rod Laver Arena+
Aug. 23 — Adelaide, Australia @ Adelaide Entertainment Centre+
Aug. 26 — Perth, Australia @ RAC Arena+
Sept. 30 — Oslo, Norway @ Spektrum
Oct. 1 — Stockholm, Sweden @ Avicii Arena
Oct. 4 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena
Oct. 6 — Hamburg, Germany @ Barclays Arena
Oct. 7 — Amsterdam, Netherlands @ AFAS Live
Oct. 8 — Paris, France @ La Cigale
Oct. 10 — Zurich, Switzerland @ The Hall
Oct. 11 — Brussels, Belgium @ Ancienne Belgique
Oct. 13 — Dublin, Ireland @ 3 Arena
Oct. 14 — Belfast, N. Ireland @ SSE Arena
Oct. 16 — Glasgow, U.K. @ OVO Hydro Arena
Oct. 17 — Manchester, U.K. @ AO Arena
Oct. 19 — London, U.K. @ O2 Arena
Oct. 20 — London, U.K. @ O2 Arena

* With Riley Green, Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry, Brent Cobb
+ With Cody Johnson, Lane Pittman

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